Sociocultural Drivers of Local Educational Innovations: Findings from Indonesia

Policy Research

Indonesia began decentralising its education services in 2001. Decentralisation allows local governments to create educational innovations that can accommodate their individual needs and problems. However, not all districts have the capability to birth educational innovation. To understand more about the birth and implementation of educational innovations at the regional level, RISE Programme in Indonesia conducted a qualitative study to examine the sociocultural aspects of three highly innovative districts: Bukittinggi City, Yogyakarta City, and Gowa District. Download the Infographic.

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Syaikhu Usman
Risa Wardatun Nihayah
Tony Liong
Shintia Revina
Research Area 
West Sumatra
Special Region of Yogyakarta
Southeast Sulawesi
educational innovation
socio-cultural analysis
Publication Type 
Infographic and Fact Sheet